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  • Address
    HVS Productions
    8957 Complex Drive
    San Diego, CA 92123
  • Telephone 858-573-0987
    FAX 858-569-0094
  • Email
    info@hvsprod.com
BOB SHRODER
As Vice President of HVS Productions, Bob Shroder is involved in the day-to-day operations of the company. Bob manages budgets, coordinates both staff and freelancers and organizes shoot schedules. As an editor, Bob has been cutting stories, shows and commercials from on line tape editing to the Final Cut Pro system he uses today. He has earned several Emmys and other awards for his work.

A graduate of the University of Wisconsin in Madison, Bob majored in Radio and Television. Bob became an assignment editor at the NBC affiliate in San Diego, KNSD. He coordinated daily shooting schedules for more than a dozen video crews and technicians.

Shortly after leaving KNSD, Bob co-produced a unique project called "Inside/Outside". The program was initiated at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in San Diego to teach television basics to inmates. A live concert using inmate and professional crews attracted press from around the U.S. but was, Bob says "A really cool financial failure."

He then joined HVS Productions as both editor and production coordinator (or any other job that needed to be done). Bob's editing skills have been recognized by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences for which he received the excellent achievement award for his work on the educational video "First Tuesday."

Bob has also been active in editing projects for networks such as CBS, Television New Zealand and Portuguese Television. In addition, he was a field producer for the syndicated sports TV show "The George Michael Sports Machine," working such events as the NFL and NBA playoffs where his 67" inch frame came in handy in looking over the insanity of a post-game locker room that follows any large sporting event.

Through the years Bob has produced and edited several projects for KPBS Television, including "San Diego Above All" (which won 4 Emmys, including one for editing), "Afoot and Afield in San Diego" and "Nature's Classic: San Diego". An HD version of "San Diego Above All" is currently in development.

Currently he has been producing and directing projects for such clients as Rural Metro Ambulance and Sycuan Casino.